Inspired by his Los Angeles surroundings, Bryce Vine began playing guitar at age 13, exploring ‘90s R&B, alt rock, and pop-punk. Over time, he honed his talents as a vocalist and writer, making his recording debut in 2010 as a guest on G-Eazy’s track “Coming Home.” At the suggestion of his friends and family, Vine auditioned for reality tv series The Glee Project, and while he was accepted for the show’s first season, he didn’t make it past the first episode. The loss didn’t set back Vine’s dreams of success though, and he went on to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music where he linked up with famed producer Nolan Lambroza. Impressed by his talents, Lambroza signed Vine to his label. In 2014 he released his debut EP Lazy Fair which produced two online hits with “Sour Patch Kids” and “Guilty Pleasure.” He has since released a second EP, Night Circus (2016), and two additional singles in anticipation of his third EP.